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Nonprofits using older versions of GiftWorks donor management software have until March to decide whether to upgrade and shift to a subscription-based fee, a move that’s raised the hackles of some organizations.
Every story follows the same arc, from nonprofits’ stories of their impact to Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham. They all have an introduction, a conflict, a climax and a resolution. “If you follow these guidelines, it can be pretty simple” to tell your organization’s story, said Kelley Jarrett, manager of creative and strategic design for Charleston, S.C., firm Blackbaud.
La June Montgomery Tabron, chief operating officer and treasurer of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, will become the organization’s next president and chief executive officer. She will replace Sterling Speirn, who in October 2012 announced his intention to step down effective December 31, 2013.
Two men who posted video on Facebook of dislodging a rock formation in the Goblin Valley State Park in Utah last week have been removed from their positions as leaders of a local council of the Boys Scouts of America (BSA).
The most important tool in the development professional’s toolbox is not the database; it’s the telephone. Calling prospects can be intimidating, but according to fundraisers fundraiser John Greenhoe you must be organized and disciplined in your approach to telephone prospecting.
When nonprofits seek a chief financial officer (CFO), the top candidates show the ability to wear a variety of hats. Someone who hopes to ascend to the CFO spot should plan on integrating accounting, budgeting, financial reporting, investing, fundraising and other experience in their career path.
Philanthropist and community leader Cynthia Simon Skjodt is creating the Melvin Simon Chair in Philanthropy at the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy to honor her late father.
Eleven nonprofit direct response campaigns took 12 of the 90 awards presented last night during The Direct Marketing Association’s 2013 International ECHO Awards ceremony held during the organization’s annual conference in Chicago.
Arguing that the existing contract’s language is clear and unambiguous regarding which party owns intellectual property in question, a fundraising agency has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit brought by one of its former clients.
There’s a mobile phone application (colloquially known as an app) for just about everything these days. As smartphones continue to grow in popularity, it’s only natural that nonprofits would want to create an app of their own. But according to experts in the field, that’s not necessarily the best route to go.
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